How to Write a Letter … or a Notecard


The Kindle book HOW TO WRITE A LETTER (Scribendi) is incredibly simple yet so empowering. Whether you need tips for a resume cover letter, an expression of sympathy, happy birthday or congrats, HWL covers it. I wish it were in print – I’d love to keep it handy on my desk! Bring back the refinement of good letter writing…. communicating purposefully.


Our Kids Are Not Learning Cursive?


I suppose it should not come as a shock to hear that many schools no longer teach students to write in cursive. Apparently depending upon printing individual letters of the alphabet to get the job done, the beautiful art of handwriting – along with the challenge to improve one’s handwriting and to make a personal statement with one’s particularly style and flourish – seems to be falling by the wayside. I am saddened by this news. Handwriting, a “signature” for the individual, is not needed in today’s texting world.

Welcome to Peggi’s blog


This is for those of us who enjoy flowers and those who have a passion for communicating our personal expressions “in person” or at least in heartfelt modes of expression… as in letter writing and notecard writing in our very own handwriting.

And why not put the two together?

As in My Floral Notecards, a new little venture by Wordpix Solutions, which introduces blank-inside 4.25 x 5.5″ floral themed notecards with envelopes.

Of course, I’m thrilled to announce that these notecards feature my own photos of flowers, a small grouping of the thousands of photos I’ve taken since the late 1990s at floral events and farms across the USA.

I’m glad you love flowers. You belong here.

I’m glad you enjoy handwriting your feelings, well wishes and congratulations in cards and letters.

Leave a comment now and again. I’d love to hear from you.